Gov Yahaya Bello opens his new mansion (no, don’t talk about unpaid salaries)

 FG to sell NIPOST

Yahaya Bello, governor of Kogi state, has completed his state-of-the-art country home on Mahmoud Atta street, GRA Okene.
Dignitaries including Abdul Rahman Ado Ibrahim, Ohinoyi of Ebira land, joined the governor during the house-warming ceremony.
An insider had described the mansion as “a thing of beauty”.
As an aside, Kogi state workers and pensioners are groaning under the burden of unpaid salaries running into months.
When the house was under construction in August, some residents of the exclusive residential area
complained that the governor converted the street entrance to his private gate.
PHOTOS: Gov Yahaya Bello opens his new mansion (no, don’t talk about unpaid salaries)
But Bello carried on with the project, while Kingsley Fanwo, spokesman of the governor, said his principal had made a better provision for the affected residents.
Below are pictures of the architectural masterpiece.
The king on his “throne”

The governor and Ohinoyi of Ebiraland

An aerial view of the mansion

Acknowledging cheers from his supporters


Meanwhile, The federal government says it has decided to sell the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST). The minister of communication Adebayo Shittu disclosed this while inaugurating the committee saddled with commercialization of Nipost in Abuja on Thursday, December 7.
 This comes days after gathered that Tafawa Balewa Square (TBS), the National Arts Theatre and some selected power plants under the National Integrated Power Projects (NIPP) are part of the key national assets the federal government had concluded plans to sell.
The purpose of the proposed sale is to generate sufficient revenue to finance the country’s annual budgets for the next three years (2018-2020).

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